Professor Thomas Huber

DiplChem TU Munich, PhD ETH Zurich
ANU College of Science
T: (02) 6125 9346

Areas of expertise

  • Physical Organic Chemistry 030505
  • Medical Biochemistry: Proteins And Peptides (Incl. Medical Proteomics) 110106
  • Structural Chemistry And Spectroscopy 030606
  • Medicinal And Biomolecular Chemistry 0304
  • Organic Chemistry 0305
  • Computer Software 0803
  • Bioinformatics 060102


Thomas Huber received his Diploma of Chemistry from the Technical University Munich and completed his PhD at ETH-Zurich.

He has since held positions in physical chemistry at ETH-Zurich (1997), in the Supercomputer Facility at ANU (1998-2000), in the Department of Mathematics at UQ (2001-2005) and in the School of Molecular Bioscience at UQ (2006-2010). He moved to ANU as ARC Future Fellow (2010-2014) before being appointed Professor at the Research School of Chemistry.

Researcher's projects

 N. Dixon, T. Huber, K. Ozawa, M. Tehei, Mapping protein contacts and conformational changes in macromolecular assemblies (DP0984797 2009-2013)

G. Otting and T. Huber, New fragment-based drug design technology by NMR spectroscopy (DP0985549 2009-2011)

T. Huber, 3D structure determination of biomolecular assemblies from sparse data (FT0991709 2010-2014)

T. Huber, G. Otting, B. Graham, 3D structure determination of biomolecular assemblies from sparse data of different length scales (DP120100561 2012-2014)

Past student projects

B. Gladwin, Long timescale path integral molecular dynamics from equations of motion. PhD 2007

D. Mouradov, Application of a bioinformatic/biochemical hybrid approach to determine the structure of protein complexes and multi domain proteins. PhD 2008

C. Schmitz, Computational study of proteins with paramagnetic NMR: Automatic assignments of spectral resonances, determination of protein-protein and protein-ligand complexes, and structure determination of proteins. PhD 2009



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